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Studying English

Studying English in England is an excellent way to improve your language skills, as well as to experience the rich culture and history of the country. Here are some steps you can take to make the most of your experience:

  1. Let WSS help you choose a reputable language school: There are many language schools in England that offer English courses for international students. We are always visiting schools, the cities they are in as well as reading reviews from other students which all helps us find the ones that are reputable and fit our students needs. We also and most importantly only send students to accredited schools.

  2. One thing you need to decide on is location: England has many beautiful cities and towns to choose from, each with its own unique charm and attractions. With our knowledge and experience as well as the fact that we are based in the UK we can help you consider factors like cost of living, accessibility, and cultural opportunities when deciding on a location.

  3. Apply for a student visa: You will need a student visa to study in England. WSS can help you check the UK government website for information on how to apply as well as working with the school to ensure you are able to study easily and trouble free.

  4. Immerse yourself in the culture: Make an effort to immerse yourself in English culture by trying local foods, attending events and festivals, and exploring historic sites. WSS can help you with tips and travel destinations to make the best of your time in the UK.

  5. Once you are here we recommend you practice your English outside of class: Practice speaking and listening to English as much as possible outside of class. Join clubs or groups that interest you, meet locals and make friends, and watch English-language films and TV shows. WSS can also help you with clubs and extra activities that will help build your English language confidence. We also can assist in work placements.

Contact World Study Solutions today and let us help you start your English language journey.

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